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Today marks the release of the much anticipated OneNote Web App, which extends the functionality of Microsoft OneNote 2010 to literally everywhere. Everyone on the OneNote team is very excited to show off what we've been working on so hard for the past several months.
Like its Word, Excel, and PowerPoint counterparts, the OneNote Web App extends your Microsoft Office 2010 experience to the Web browser, where you can work with your notes, files, and documents in a central location that you can access from anywhere. You can use the OneNote Web App with a free Windows Live (a.k.a. SkyDrive) account or on a SharePoint 2010 site in your organization.
The OneNote Web App works in some of the most widely used Web browsers, including the latest versions of Windows Internet Explorer, Firefox (for Windows, Mac, and Linux), and Safari (for Mac and Windows).
If you want to use the OneNote Web App together with the OneNote 2010 rich client on your computer, you must be running one of the following released versions of OneNote 2010:
If you are currently running the Microsoft Office 2010 Beta, you won't be able to use your online notebooks in the OneNote 2010 Beta client by using the Open in OneNote command on the OneNote Web App ribbon. However, you'll be able to try out these integration features by downloading the free OneNote 2010 trial version when it becomes available (stay tuned for an announcement next week).
To help you get started with the OneNote Web App, explore the links below:
Additional documentation about the OneNote Web App is available in the general overviews for all of the Office Web Apps:
As always, please let me know if our documentation is helpful to you or how we might be able to make it more useful.
I know many of you have been waiting a long time to take these features for a spin. Thanks for your patience. I hope you're as excited about this release as I am!
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
@David: If you're enjoying a seamless OneNote experience with your current LiveMesh setup, no need to abandon it. SkyDrive storage is just the latest option to give you access to your notes from just about anywhere. If you have a second PC or laptop available, you could grab a free trial version of OneNote 2010 for that computer and then see for yourself how the SkyDrive integration compares. Either way, thanks for using OneNote!
Hello, is there away to search all the content in your "online" version Onenotebook?
is there anyway to "Tag" info pasted/entered to a onenote like in "Evernote"
Im a big Onenote users but spend alot of time searching for things since I have alot of data. Any tips would help thanks.
I'm with Shannon, can we get an Android App for this please.......
Too bad my district blocks Windows Live! I wanted my students to use OneNote. Guess who is missing out!
That doesn't say if the beta can sync with SkyDrive.
@Michael: The beta version of OneNote 2010 is not compatible with SkyDrive. You will see a notice in the interface, saying that "This feature is not available."
Hey! I would love a OneNote WebApp Clipping Solution for either IE9 or other browsers. I just think that would be sweet! Is it something on the roadmap?
Our team is trying to bring OneNote to other platforms and to compete with Evernote. We've already made MobileNoter for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad and are now working on a version for Android and Evernote-2-OneNote files converter.
I've been waiting for a long time for this news. I've been holding back on exploring the features of Windows Live but this move has definitely influenced me to give it a try. Thanks so much for releasing this!
The web access doesn't work with Android's browser. It won't even try to open the program, it just offers a download button.
if you could somehow make a tag (like outlook tag) that would cross-link to a sharepoint task it would make onenote the best project management software ever. It's close as is anyway.
Leave it to Microsoft to almost get it right...one note is a great idea -- with clumsy execution. booo.
I don't believe that in the web version, I cannot search for notes. This is the main reason that I switched to Evernote. The web interface, speed and easy to find the things is far superior. But, the desktop version of OneNote is superb, but the web one sucks... My wish is one day Microsoft realize the Customer needs fast as they need.
I have office student and windows ultimate 7 and can't sync. It keeps telling me that I need admin status regardless of my starting One note as an Administrator???
Another late response but heck; I'm an "late adapter" :-)
I am /very/ sceptical with online applications. Not so much regarding the applications but the data. Better put: /my/ data. My data sits on your storage space and thus raises the question "what is happening with it and how well is it protected (esp. given the recent events (unfair for this thread; as said I'm falling in late)). Sure it should safe to use, after all; I get what I paid for. But, errr... I didn't pay you guys zip :-)
So far the critical / sceptical part. I am reluctant with using this to be honest.
But having said that I think it /is/ a heck of an achievement. I just tried to create a OneNote notebook while in my Hotmail mailbox and it. just. works. Next stop is to see how well this works with SeaMonkey (used to have firefox but no more, risking to get a different interface layout every 3 months? yeah right!) but I am impressed here.
Android support? The only way I see that happening is when someone open minded enough will actually /look/ at MS Office (or the webapps) and see what it can do. Having used OpenOffice myself for the past 7 - 8 years or so I don't see that happening anytime soon (for whats it worth). Because personally I would have expected something like OneNote to be added to OpenOffice years ago.